9 months of no contact in Fiordland
Tue, 11 Sep 2012 7:00p.m.
Doubtful Sound – a wilderness deep in the heart of Fiordland National Park – it is one of the more unusual places to work because it's in the middle of nowhere.
For the crew of tourist boat the Fiordland Navigator, their reality is nine months of no phone contact, no internet and no television.
Tsehai Tiffin joined them for their first day of training.
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13/09/2012 9:26:36 p.m.
Rebecca H wrote:
Hmm, looks awesome. Didn't hear many kiwi accents though, isn't that what tourists expect?
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